Having trouble playing Overwatch?
You will exit the game safely and display a black screen with an error message:
“The shipped device is missing. Please request a deadline!”
People with exceptional graphics cards also face this problem.
Don’t worry, I found a solution for this monitoring game problem.
And in this post I will explain how you can fix this error permanently.
Let us begin.
Why does the Overwatch show “Lost your rendering device”?
This error is caused by a number of problems. And unfortunately, you have to fix them to play Overwatch without any device error.
“Lost device rendering” is an error caused by hardware and software problems.
I have corrected this problem two or three times and discovered that there are several reasons for this error.
Here are some of the main reasons for this error:
- Inconsistent power supply and incorrect memory overclocking
- The supermarket service has been disabled
- Background applications take up most of the processor/memory
- Overwatch antivirus blocker
- Drivers for PC components
- GPU scale disabled (AMD graphics card only)
A Simple Solution for your Lost Monitoring Performance Device
Step 1: Make sure the power and other components are compatible
Sometimes your PC’s power adapter may not provide enough power for the game to function properly. You don’t just trust the power of supply.
Take a look at our separate article on PSU Ratings, where the Tier 1 and Tier 2 power supply is the best in these games.
Also, check if your RAM speed is not accelerated or accelerated to a certain speed. This can cause problems.
If your computer’s temperature is not optimal, this type of error may also be displayed. Make sure it is balanced for comfortable performance.
Step 2: Authorize the Superfetch Service
Following are the steps to activate Windows Superfetch services:
- To open the Run dialog box, first press Windows Key + R.
- Then type Services.msc and click OK.
- Find the suffix in the list, right-click on it and select Properties.
- Finally, define the automatic parameters and click OK.
Now you can check if the game works perfectly now.
Recommended note: Also read the solution for NVIDIA GeForce Experience error codes 0x0001 and 0x0003 (as well as if you have problems, read this solution).
Step 3: Close the Background App
This is a very simple task. First, you need to drop the task by right-clicking or searching in the taskbar.
The “Process” list shows a list of running applications.
Now you need to close unnecessary applications as well as applications that use your CPU / memory. You can close applications by right-clicking and selecting Final Tasks.
Then check if the game shows an error.
Step 4: Skip Overwatch from the Antivirus Scan
To exclude monitoring of your third-party antivirus scan:
- Open the antivirus application.
- Access virus and threat protection settings.
- So. Then click Add / Remove.
- Now add discrepancies, save the settings and reboot the PC.
Step 5: Remove Faulty Drivers
In most cases, the main cause of this error is faulty GeForce experience app. You can easily uninstall and reinstall Nvidia drivers from the official website.
Certain Steam issues can also cause monitoring errors on this rendered device.
Overloading can also be caused by a loading error, which is very painful for any user.
Step 6: Activate the GPU Scale
This step is reserved for AMD graphics card users.
You can ask:
What is GPU scaling?
The answer is:
GPU scaling is a feature of AMD card drivers that resizes the image more effectively to fit on all sides of the screen.